04.08.2015  · Piper Green and the Fairy Tree has 476 ratings and 126 reviews. Pop said: A Bright, Spunky, Interesting HeroineI first became aware of this book's auth...

04.08.2015  · Piper Green and the Fairy Tree [Ellen Potter, Qin Leng] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From award-winning author Ellen Potter comes a ...

Love Ramona or Judy Moody? Then you definitely need to know Piper Green! The girl with the fairy tree in her backyard returns, and this time the fairies have left her ...

04.08.2015  · Piper Green and the Fairy Tree has 476 ratings and 126 reviews. Pop said: A Bright, Spunky, Interesting HeroineI first became aware of this book's auth...

04.08.2015  · Piper Green and the Fairy Tree [Ellen Potter, Qin Leng] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From award-winning author Ellen Potter comes a ...

Love Ramona or Judy Moody? Then you definitely need to know Piper Green! The girl with the fairy tree in her backyard returns, and this time the fairies have left her ...

Many are familiar with the story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin. Few realise however, that the story is based on real events, which evolved over the years into a fairy tale made to scare children.

The earliest known record of this story is from the town of Hamelin itself depicted in a stained glass window created for the church of Hamelin, which dates to around 1300 AD. Although it was destroyed in 1660, several written accounts have survived. The oldest comes from the Lueneburg manuscript (c 1440 – 50), which stated: “In the year of 1284, on the day of Saints John and Paul on June 26, by a piper, clothed in many kinds of colours, 130 children born in Hamelin were seduced, and lost at the place of execution near the koppen.”

The supposed street where the children were last seen is today called Bungelosenstrasse (street without drums), as no one is allowed to play music or dance there. Incidentally, it is said that the rats were absent from earlier accounts, and only added to the story around the middle of the 16 th century. Moreover, the stained glass window and other primary written sources do not speak of the plague of rats.

04.08.2015  · Piper Green and the Fairy Tree has 476 ratings and 126 reviews. Pop said: A Bright, Spunky, Interesting HeroineI first became aware of this book's auth...

04.08.2015  · Piper Green and the Fairy Tree [Ellen Potter, Qin Leng] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From award-winning author Ellen Potter comes a ...

Love Ramona or Judy Moody? Then you definitely need to know Piper Green! The girl with the fairy tree in her backyard returns, and this time the fairies have left her ...

Many are familiar with the story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin. Few realise however, that the story is based on real events, which evolved over the years into a fairy tale made to scare children.

The earliest known record of this story is from the town of Hamelin itself depicted in a stained glass window created for the church of Hamelin, which dates to around 1300 AD. Although it was destroyed in 1660, several written accounts have survived. The oldest comes from the Lueneburg manuscript (c 1440 – 50), which stated: “In the year of 1284, on the day of Saints John and Paul on June 26, by a piper, clothed in many kinds of colours, 130 children born in Hamelin were seduced, and lost at the place of execution near the koppen.”

The supposed street where the children were last seen is today called Bungelosenstrasse (street without drums), as no one is allowed to play music or dance there. Incidentally, it is said that the rats were absent from earlier accounts, and only added to the story around the middle of the 16 th century. Moreover, the stained glass window and other primary written sources do not speak of the plague of rats.

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